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. and it helps regulate your digestive system. new activia breakfast blend. >>> members of an indiana national guard unit returned home wednesday after a year long deployment in afghanistan. their mission was to patrol roads and clear away bombs in kandahar province. their homecoming was an emotional event marred by the sad reality some of their colleagues haven't made it back. >> reporter: it's been a year since she's seen her brother. that was sergeant clinton jordan. today was the day he and the 713th engineer company of the indiana national guard returned from war. she had a special delivery for her brother. his new nephew, 7-month-old braden. >> he's home. and that's all i could ask for. >> reporter: these men spent the last year clearing land mines in afghanistan. >> all the times we talked about this day, it's finally here. >> reporter: six of his friends were not as lucky. they were killed. >> to lose six people like that is extremely catastrophic to me. >> reporter: specialist douglas has been home since january he was in a truck that was detonated by a roadside bomb. it killed four o
senator representing the great state of indiana. please welcome senator evan bayh. sir, thank you for joining us. [cheers and applause] historic night. huge night for the democratic party. the speech, wow, that was, you know -- you know, that was great. >> i'll take your word for it, jon. >> it's happening later on. >> yeah. >> have you had a chance to spend time with senator bayh? you were also vetted for the vice presidential -- what's your impression? you were obviously a senator clinton supporter, but being considered on the short list of vice presidential candidates. >> i had a chance to spend good quality personal time with barack. when i came home, i told my wife, i said, dear, he's the real deal. he's in this for the right reason, he cares about our country. he says he's a pragmatist, he wants to get things done to help people in their daily lives. this is a guy that will be a great president. >> does he talk like that in private? "evan, i'm a real deal, i'm a pragmatist"? >> we talked about our kids and talked about sports. you know, he's a regular person. >> oh, that's n
on tape. >>> and after tea partiers ousted senator dick lugar in the primaries, indiana republicans are struggling to keep his senate seat. i'll talk with the challenger congressman joe donnelly later in the program. share your thoughts on facebook and twitter. we're coming right back. t there. t there. - one serving of cheese is the size of four dice. one serving of cereal, a baseball. and one serving of fruit, a tennis ball. - you know, both parties agree. our kids can be healthier... the more you know. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." thanks for watching tonight. it's the blown football call the entire country is talking about. >> takes the long receiver to the left, the packers play it at the goal line. wilson scrambles to keep it alive. the game's final play is a loft to the end zone, which is fought for by taet with jennings simultaneous. who will they give it to? touchdown! >> clearly a mistake. the final play on the game should have been ruled by an interception. the nfl released a statement today standing by the ruling on the field. nfl players are more than outraged over
from wabash, indiana, a three hour drive from georgetown. >> heartbeat picking up? >> thinking yeah, this has to be checked out. >> he learned hall was a gung ho union reenactor that liked to fight fantasy battles. he immediately drove to wabash to interview hall who wasn't saying much. miller showed him a photo of jessie roach. >> when i put the picture down, he flinched, raised his arm up, turned in his chair and refused to look at the picture. >> convinced larry hall was hiding something, miller became obsessed with making a case against him. days later, back in illinois, miller turned up a huge lead. he found witnesses who vividly remember hall from a revolutionary war re-enactment in the georgetown area the very weekend before jessie was abducted. to them, hall stood out for his bushy muttonchops side burns, but also for playing a soldier who was fighting the wrong war. >> he was wearing a civil war uniform and he had a civil war hat. >> at a revolutionary war re-enactment. >> exactly. >> armed with this new information, deputy miller returned to wabash for a second crack at ha
ousted senator dick lugar in the primaries, indiana republicans are struggling to keep his senate seat. i'll talk with the challenger congressman joe donnelly later in the program. share your thoughts on facebook and twitter. we're coming right back. hey america, even though slisa rinna is wearing the new depend silhouette briefs for charity to prove how great the fit is even under a fantastic dress. the best protection now looks, fits and feels just like underwear. we invite you to get a free sample and try one on too. oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean race. no need to get nasty. here's your "honk if you had an affair with taylor" yard sign. looks good. [ male announcer ] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. show." thanks for watching tonight. it's the blown football cal
voter id law in indiana. prior to 2006 when the indiana law passed, no state required a voter to produce a government issued voter id as a condition to vote. indiana was the first. and the state of indiana, just like the state of pennsylvania in the lower court, admitted it could come up with no, zero cases of inperson voter fraud. which is what the law is designed to protect against. but the supreme court upheld it anyway. they thought nearly the threat was enough to justify a voter id law. only that threat doesn't exist. according to the brendonsen ter who released research in 2007 said allegations of voter fraud, especially polling place impersonation fraud almost always prove to be inflated or inaccurate. in truth, the mat sere that voter fraud votes knowingly cast by ineligible people is false. so our law finds itself in a crisis. it's whole reason for being is a myth. but what is real is -- more than one million people, more than 12% of pennsylvania voters that voted in 2008, more than 750,000 voters, lack a valid photo id under the new law. and those least likely to have valid ide
homecoming for the indiana national guard, happy to be back from afghanistan, but mourning the men that they lost. >> i would gladly give my life to bring all four of them back. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. 41 days before the election, president obama is opening leads in states that mitt romney can least afford to lose. have a look at our new poll today. the president now has a 10-point lead in the swing state of ohio, 53% to 43. in florida, another key swing state, mr. obama's lead is nine points, 53% to 44. and the president leads by 12 point in pennsylvania, 54 to 42. this quinnipiac university/cbs news/"new york times" polls has a margin of roar of three points so the leads are significant. our cbs news election analysis team is moving ohio from a toss- up to leaning toward mr. obama. with that, we estimate 255 electoral votes are solidly in the obama camp or leaning that way. for governor romney the number is 206 with 270 needed to win. the president would have to pick up just 15 in the remaining toss-up
a month apart there remains were discovered in shallow graves near indianapolis, indiana. and what else detectives found near the bodies >>> the coroner used dental records to identify one valencia and one villalobos of san jose a man chasing his dog discovered the remains across the country buried in an area near indianapolis. >>> he read out the door and chased our dog my cousin took one step and i looked down and there were pants half for out of a hole with bone sticking out we ran back to the house and called police >>> justin blakely showed officers more >>> there is money scattered around the whole they did say it was not a robbery there is about five and dollars in cash >>> detectives say one of the murdered man had head injuries relatives reported phalange gm missing two weeks ago and the lobos missing two months ago >>> i talked with a man who says he's one of the brothers did not know what job he had he was shocked to learn about the killing on the news. it started as a missing person case in san jose indiana police are leading the homicide investigation >>> the buyer is locat
, indiana >>> we chased their dog through the woods and my cousin took a step and i looked down and pulled him back there's some pants half a out of a hole and bones sticking out, we ran back and called police >>> justin blakely showed officers more >>> there was money scattered around the whole they did say it was not a robbery probably five hundred dollars in cash >>> detectives say one of the murdered men had head injuries relatives reported valencia missing two weeks ago and villalobos two months ago. it started as a missing persons case police in indiana lead the investigation >>> the bodies are located in their jurisdiction indianapolis they will conduct their investigation. >>> indianapolis police to not know how the san jose men knew each other are white in indiana or who killed them and why sharon chin cbs 5 >>> sharon chin spoke with a man who is valencia's brother there were not close but still a shock to find out his death on the news. >>> one of the american commandos to help kill osama bin laden's has talked about the mission in an interview with 60 minutes the former navy s
trying to make their run at indiana. so right along interstate 64, probably one of the worst drives today through the ohio valley. weave numerous showers trying to race through new england. it will be more cloudy than sunny in many areas with hit and miss shower so bring the umbrella with you. as far as the rain foe goe veig amounts. heavier rains whether be from kansas through illinois, indiana, kentucky.light amounts. heavier rains whether be from kansas through illinois, indiana, kentucky. dry in texas. we have seen such a beautiful septber with so many sunshine. but as we go you thrghou the next four or five days from d.c. to philadelphia right up through new jersey, don't expect a lot of sunshine. we could see cloudy skies continuing rig into t weekend. it's been so picture perfect. this is kind of the firstind of gloomyittlperi wve seen. >> no apple picking this week. >> you can apple pick, it's just little damp. apples will be pre-washed. >> i like that. >>> lady gaga hits back against critics of her fluctuating weight. womaof the year. your it first look at entertainment is straig
congressman colleague andre carson of indiana. not only this national town hall meeting, but all of the issues that will be discussed here and throughout the conference are very near and dear to the hearts of the congressional black caucus. i know that they are concerned that you in the larger carrier did he have as low. and it is our wish that you will take the information, the handouts, the very speakers that we have and gather this information together and take it back to your community. it cannot be said enough that we need your help to get this crucial work done. the one you all to be like dance you know, aunts, multiple times their weight in work. you looked at attendee the land and think, what can they do. our river, the old african and each that together the events each the elephant. [applause] >> thank you, congresswoman. it has been an honor to serve with u.s. kutcher for this year's sales the. >> i'm needed. >> i'm meeting for the bottom of my heart. you're from the midwest commander looking gorgeous and canary yellow. france, it is an honor to be here for this morning's panel. you
? >>> plus, are republicans on the ropes in indiana? in that senate race? richard murdoch's tea party power may be fading. the opposite might be happening for the gop in connecticut where linda mcmahon's stock is rising. >>> two races that suddenly could decide the balance of power in the senate. we're going to dig deep into that. good morning from washington. it is wednesday, september 19th. i think we're moving in on the last couple of days of summer "officially." >>> to our nbc news/without courage poll, our first national poll since the conventions where each candidate had had a goal -- the president to make the case that the economy is on the right track, and mitt romney to improve his personal likability and close the empathy gap. well, less than two weeks after the confetti fell in charlotte, it is clear this is no longer a tied race. president obama now holds a five-point lead over mitt romney among likely voters. he's up 50% to 45%. the largest lead he's held sis march. but the most remarkable thing we're seeing is an uptick in economic optimism, even after a bad august jobs report
morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, one indiana man's annual tradition paying tribute to the victims of 9/11. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." a beautiful day across a good stretch of the pacific northwest. 82 in portland, 94 in med ford. some showers this afternoon, denver getting in some showers and thunderstorms. tomorrow, phoenix getting into the sunshine, vegas will make a run at the triple-digit temperatures and hawaii trade winds set up for you. if you're watching us on kcra3 in sacramento, california, celebrating the centennial of the girl scouts, 100 years of girl scouting in california at at california museum. that is your pacific weather for the day. >> everybody loves the girl scouts. >>> here is an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment, which focus a great deal on celebrities, surprise, surprise. >>> chris brown is denying his new neck tattoo is a portrait of a beaten rihanna, the former girlfriend he was convicted of assaulting three years ago. he insists it's a mexican day of the dead skull desig
, but it happened friday to nicki schultz who lives in ellisville, indiana. she was home alone and the whole scene freaked her out. >> saw it coming this way and it was low and i was like oh, my god. it's going to crash in my backyard. >> well, it did not crash in her backyard. it landed safely a few yards away in a field. turns out it was a national guard helicopter and the crew was working with indiana state police searching for marijuana plants in nearby woods. they found plenty, dozens, in fact, and that, too, has nicki freaked out a little. >>> still to come on 9 news now it may look quiet now, but tomorrow will be another story. a preview of what's typically a terrible traffic tuesday for the area next. heavy load in america. but mitt romney plan, a middle class to $2,000 more a year in taxes. multi-millionaires like himself hits the middle class harder... bigger break. forward for america? this message. >>> get ready because tomorrow traffic is expected to come back with a vengeance. after all those summer vacations a lot of folks who have been missing from your morning commute will head th
to the west. an area of low pressure out toward kentucky andeanian. it will -- and indiana. it will give us unsettled weather the next couple of days but things will get a little calmer. i know we have cookouts and a nats game starting in about an hour. earlier today some folks in spite of the humidity were out there going for a run at hanes point enjoying the morning hours. it was a sticky morning and we have a sticky afternoon. here's a look at the day planner. you can expect temperatures to be climbing through the low to mid-80s. we've already clipped 81. up to 83 now. i think we'll make 85, maybe 86. winds out of the southeast at 5 to 10. we've got the thunderstorm symbol showing up every period but it's not going to be an all day rain. the threat for scattered showers and storms will be with us through the evening and even overnight and tomorrow and into wednesday. here's a look at the doppler radar going back to the last six hours or so you see the general motion from southwest to north, northeast here with some heavier showers and storms in a few spots. just want to zoom in. we've go
, that means marla got married and laura got traded. we are in chicago. then we move to evansville, indiana. i drove from milwaukee to chicago. tavis: i am struck by how dedicated you and gary have been to each other and to your broader family of children and nieces and nephews, the story just told now. i am struck by how family- oriented you all have been, would you growing up in a house where your parents did not like each other. >> maybe they like each other when my brother and sister were born, but when they moved to the bronx, then i came along, the mistake, the bad seed, that did not expect nor wanted. so my father, before he left, even though i was too young to remember it so well, to my sister and me aside and said you need to help us out. all the kids in the neighborhood love my mother, by the way. i respected certain things about her, but she said we are going to have to stick together, because they are not going to help us. so a few years later, it turns out, my brother did stick to his word. tavis: how you grow up in any way well adjusted if you have that kind of tension in your re
states that bama took away, indiana, north carolina, virginia. /// the next is to win the two carolina, virginia. /// away, indiana, north carolina, virginia. /// the next is to win thh two big swing states ohio and florida." both campaigns started with new hampshire rallies friday - hoping to woo unddcideds who it's said start to pay more attention after the conventions. president obama's campaign has registered more than one million new voters - an effort they're committed to continuing. williams says "he doesn'ttwant people o take anything for granted, he become a dominant way of thinkinn thatts why i say, it's gotta be about a fired up, ready to go, o' twelve." prepping for debates is a bbg part of thhse final weeks too. sabato says: "much of the general election will center around the four debates - three preeidential and one vice presiiential." davis says: there's a lot they are planning for - but campaigns have to be ready to react to the unexpected as well. like the nnw job numbers released august and are likely to become a big talking point. fox news. we.
. plus, one indiana man's annual tradition paying tribute to the victims of 9/11. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." i mentioned some of those temperatures warmer this morning. 63 degrees instead of 50 degrees. by this afternoon, check that out, 68 in minneapolis. temperatures have been quite a bit warmer earlier this week. cooldown. denver showing up with showers and thunderstorms. once you get into south florida some of the better chances. i did mention some of those along the gulf coast, especially tomorrow you'll see the better chance, new orleans, back towards houston and dallas. if you're watching us on 9 news in denver, colorado. visit the featuring in the best in aviation at birds i nthat is your early event of th day. >> birds in art. sounds fun. thanks, todd. >>> and now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. they focus a great deal on celebrities and -- chris brown's new tattoo looks like a mexican day of the dead skull design. >>> jessica simpson unveiled her new 40 pound slimmer post baby look. she's made it clear sh
the camera from the bridgeport neighborhood, the wind blew it all the way to laporte county, indiana. we caught up with the man behind the balloons and the folks in the hoosier staid who found it. >> when ben jordan and his girlfriend set out to get some aerial pictures of the bridgeport neighborhood they never imagined they would be caught up in what's been dubbed the great balloon mystery. the plan was to send a digital camera high to the sky with six oversized balloons like the one you see here all tethered to the fishing line bchlt uh the plan hit a snag. launched it here. it went up successfully. i was holding it. the line was strong. i stopped the line and then it just got weak and i was like -- well, it's gone. >> the balloons floated some 70 miles away, finally coming to a stop on a farm in rural indiana. where helen found them. >> we have some neat friends. no telling nowadays. >> the camera still in good condition, had taken some 10000 pictures along the way, some of them above the cloud line. >> it will be fun to look at the path of where the camera went
out this whole thing was a viral marketing campaign ad put together by a company for popcorn indiana. >> we've been duped. >> popcorn indiana is a real company. so it's really actually brilliant, because this video has gone viral. the popinator is actually a prototype, but it doesn't operate on voice command. it's remote control operated. so many people saw this video once it went viral that companies actually reached out to find out if they could license this popinator. so that they could mass produce it, and now, according to reports, people are trying to work on making the actual voice-activated popinator. >> tell me i didn't waste my time all week figures out like the perfect place for the popinator in my apartment. >> hopefully some genius is out there right this minute working on this device and making sure that it's voice activated. >> sad, still. >>> steven, got a two-for for you. dashcam, a couple guys enjoying a nice motorcycle ride. a good clip. around the 100 mile-per-hour mark. out of the blue, some guy who seems to know what he's doing even more races by him. but watch
. this is the popinator. and it's put together by popcorn, indiana. as you can see it's a little device that reacts to the sound of your voice. all you have to do is say pop and it will shoot a piece of popcorn up to 15 feet in your direction. so it will sense around where i am around this thing, position itself just perfectly and throw me a piece of popcorn? love it. >> this is great for an office setting because you don't have to worry about your hands being clean. >> it's brilliant. it doesn't pop the popcorn from you. but you can get that from popcorn indiana. >> this is right up my alley. i love this for so many reasons. i think i was a dog in a former life. >> you have in fact caug food. >> i've eaten dog food on this set before. >> was it really a dog treat? >> i think steven has to put his money where his mouth is. >> let's do it. >> the popinator with steven. >> got to say pop, pop. >>> this is a 5k race with 100k worth of inspiration. see what makes this fireman run next time on "right this minute." caught on a dolphin show in the open sea. >> stuff like this makes me think that dolphins
14 centavos en indiana 13, y en illinois 10 centavos. >> en esa área geográfica está el 23% de la producción de petróleo en el país, pero todo eso se ha detenido en el momento y el 44% de refinacion esta en el área del golfo. >> yo voy a nueva jersey, no gasto medio tanco en ir y venir y me economizo medio tanque para estar aquí. >> en total un millon 300 mil barriles se afectarían. >> katrina ocasionó un incremento de 40 centavos en seis días, no se espera que isaac provoque lo mismo, desde nueva york para ustedes. >> enrique peña nieto es oficialmente el presidente electo de méxico, así fue declarado por el tribunal electoral de ese país. >> enrique peña nieto habló tras recibir el certificado oficial. >> es momento de iniciar la nueva etapa de trabajo, demostremos al mundo que en democracia sí se pueden hacer transformaciones. >> lópez pide concentrarse para protestar. >> méxico extraditoo hoy a eduardo arellano félix a estados unidos, terminando así un ainves de 20 años del que fuera un poderoso narcotraficante de drogas y extorsionista. >> autoridade
's 4tures are in the chicago.nd with the frost advisory stretch. indiana, illinois, wisconsin, michigan, where they will temperatures tonight well into the 30's. this will be one of the coldest nights we have seen since about may 11. unbelievable. satellite and radar. high-pressure overhead. we will start off with just a few high clouds. s.mperatures around 70 degree' the next bigger system will tuesday. high temperatures in the mid- 70's. humid outside. clouds and showers, late tuesday into wednesday. tonight, it will be chilly. bundle up as you head out the door tomorrow morning. lower to middle 40's. just around 63 degrees. wednesday appeared a thursday and friday. you enjoyed today, you get enjoy ithance to tomorrow. it looks absolutely fantastic. no excuses. work will be an excuse. >> eight hours in the office. >> thank you. many people are looking for ways to shed the pounds. i'm so glad you called. thank you. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us
for indiana to end to a voter i.d. system. it was proper that a republican legislator had decided to enact this and that while democrats complained and said this was an overtly partisan method, the supreme court also said that was part of the lead toure process and that is why citizens wrote to rep to make those decisions. the third day i would come up with is 2012. earlier this year, the richmond times dispatch editorial that said i like my crow served medium rare. they noted they had strong opposition to the voter i.d. laws in virginia that was going to the legislative. they thought it racist and they thought it would disproportionately impact people of color. in april, the issue that editorial saying it would like their crow and medium rare because they said virginia did have a problem. there were 10 felons convicted, bound to have voted illegally and also in a statewide report, they found 50 people in virginia who voted illegally. so the richmond times dispatch said that this was not a problem in search of a solution but this was very real. from my perspective,is this racialization? we
of hope and faith echoed in laplace, indiana. the memorial church held sunday sfs outside because hurricane isaac peeled the roof off the building. the doors were nearly swollen shut and the bishop said everything inside was ruined from the pulpit to the kitchen and his own office. now it's all gone? >> it's all gone, yes, but we're still here. >> reporter: they have been here for 19 years. they've never missed a sunday service and refused to let isaac break that record and their spirit. >> the building is gone but my faith is still in god. my faith wasn't in this building. >> reporter: the damage to the building and laplace left this woman in tears. she said most of the church's congregation is now homeless. >> that's why i'm crying. we come here on sunday morning. you can't imagine the love we show in this small church here. >> reporter: many of the roadways in laplace are still submerged and so is the area high school. hundreds of homes were flooded but with the water receding, neighbors are now stacking their ruined possessions on their front lawns for trash collectors to pick
are towering over indiana as we speak ... it would otherwise be considered a snowbelt but now you just sees some rainshowers ... the east coast will be seeing some severe weather this afternoon and this evening there are some big storms running through right now ... new york and upstate new york has an outlet for severe weather today ... there is a moderate risk of severe weather in the mid- atlantic corridor from washington d.c. all the way into new england ... the wind is blowing with gusto here in the midwest and we have those frost warnings for this evening that's for the far northwest suburbs it will not enter chicago city proper this evening there is the warning for wild fires out west and the plains states it's been cooler here ... we are looking at the low forties for the overnight temperatures last night ... it has not been as cool as it was this morning not since the end of may 3rd and half months ago currently it's about 57 degrees here in chicago there are some clouds that are fading away that they could read develop as the day continues we could get some showers later t
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in ohio. even back in indiana. once it comes through, we'll see a dramatic turn around in the humidity levels and the temperatures. but we could be in for a rough time this afternoon and this evening, as the potential is there for some strong thunderstorm activity. i'll talk about that coming up with the insta weather plus forecast. >>> time to clean off portable grills, stock up ton plastic cups and get those footballs and frisbees out from the garage. tailgating is ready to make its regular season debut. >> while the opener waits in the wings, we're all aflutter with the pennant race going strong at camden yards. we have more on the massive sports weekend in baltimore, eve thoen the o's gave up their first place standing in the division last night. >> well, take a look around. everywhere you look there's orange, there's purple. baltimore is on fire for this weekend. so it's exciting. >> that pretty much sums it up for baltimore this weekend. >> i am definitely in overload. i am loving it. >> from the yard to the bank. for the first time in 15 years, baltimore sports fans have two tea
that figuratively and literally, congressman andre carson at indiana. [applause] not only does this national town hall meeting, but all of the issues that will be discussed here and throughout the conference are very near and dear to the height of the congressional black caucus. and i know that they are concerned that you and the larger community have as well. it is our wish that you will take the information, the handouts, the various speakers that we have to gather information together and take it back to your community. it can't be said enough that we need your help to get this crucial work done. we want you all to be like ants. and now, and snare multiple times their weight. you think, what can they do? but remember the old african adage? but remember the old african adage? but remember the old african adage? but remember the old african adage the alice sent. >> thank you, congresswoman moore. it's been a not to share with you the serious alc. i mean it from the bottom of my heart. i'm from the midwest, how could i not? and you're looking gorgeous in that canary yellow. >> amant coming out. >
years ago the united states supreme court said that voter i.d. is perfectly constitutional for indiana. why is it that indiana should be able to have voter i.d. but texas is denied voter i.d.? this is exactly why we think the united states supreme court will take this case because we should live under one constitution that applies the same rules for all states. >> shannon: what are the plans for filing the appeal in the case? >> we have to follow back up with the d.c. here are in the next couple of weeks to finalize our paper work with regard to our challenge to the preapproval component of the voting rights act. here is the deal. texas unlike, indiana, and her states has to have the new you voter rules like voter i.d. preapproved before they can go into effect. the united states supreme court signald that the preapproval component of the voting rights act may be subject to being striken down so we are sending up the paper work to appeal that also to the supreme court and then later on this fall we will file all of the paper work with the united states supreme court hoping to have the
in the midwest, indiana, illinois, western parts of kentucky and tennessee and exactly where we're getting the much needed rain. not a drought-buster, but we'll take the moisture when we can get it and heavier downpours across northern indiana into the central parts of kentucky and also southern parts of the state of tennessee and into northern alabama and like you mentioned unfortunately some of the storms could actually produce some severe weather and we're keeping a close watch on that. otherwise, your current drought. extreme exceptional drought conditions, for the worst category, southwestern indiana into kentucky and tennessee and especially bad across the state of arkansas and missouri, pretty widespread out there and see most of the state is currently out of the more categories and droughts and again, some needed rain for isaac, not a drought buster, but moisture needed out there. today's severe risk, areas like kentucky, tennessee and northern parts of tennessee and alabama, cities like memphis, nashville and birmingham and so potentially large hail, damaging wind gusts and even s
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